SOU in the News: October 11 – October 17

SOU Student, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff features
Newswatch 12 – The October 15 football game had special meaning for SOU junior Isiah Carter:
Roseburg News Review – SOU alumnus Carl Bone has been teaching and coaching for 46 years:
Jefferson Public Radio – Dr. Precious Yamaguchi talks about her book spotlighting World War II internment camps:
News on SOU Academic Programs
KTVL10 – SOU offers an accelerated degree program:
Daily Tidings – Another SOU Honors College dispatch from Europe:
News on Fine and Performing Arts
Mail Tribune – SOU and OSF co-sponsor “Multi-Cultural Shakespeare”:
Daily Tidings – Tiny Art Show at SOU:
News on Politics, Policy, and National Trends Impacting SOU and Higher Education:
Oregonian – Portland Community College moves to take in stranded ITT Tech nursing students:
The Chronicle of Higher Education – The New Performing-Arts Curriculum:
Washington Post – Are traditional college campuses going the way of Blockbuster and Circuit City?:
Miscellaneous News
Mail Tribune – Monumental debate at SOU:
Daily Tidings – SOU seminar will focus on implicit bias:
Daily Tidings – SOU wins Princeton Review “green guide” honor:
Mail Tribune – Wyden says SOU leading nation in response to sexual assault:
Newswatch 12 – SOU discusses sexual assault reporting on campus:
Daily Tidings – Editorial: SOU leads the way:
KOBI5 – SOU kicks off Count Me In:
The Siskiyou – SOU shows off pride at annual parade:
Eugene Register Guard – SOURCE and SOU’s Dr. Greg Jones both mentioned in a story about this year’s wine grape crop in the Willamette Valley:
Daily Tidings – SOU’s Hannon Library hosted the Ashland Literary Festival October 8: